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Memo Suggests Former DC Schools Chancellor Michelle Rhee Had Knowledge of Possible Cheating at District Schools

Following the indictment in Atlanta of 34 public school employees and former School Superintendent Beverly A. Hall in a cheating scandal, PBS education reporter John Merrow has published “Michelle Rhee’s Reign of Error” on his blog on Learning Matters. The post suggests former DC Schools Chancellor, Michelle Rhee, was aware of possible cheating happening at […]

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Reactions to Atlanta school cheating scandal

This week 35 of Atlanta’s public school educators, including the renowned former superintendent Beverly Hall, were indicted for tampering with students’ scores in standardized tests. In the wake of the scandal, commentators weighed in on whether an emphasis on testing in schools is to blame. Washington Post columnists Eugene Robinson and Valerie Strauss both said […]

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